More of the same from Taiwanese auteur Tsai Ming-liang, which is good news to anyone who's fallen under the sweet, melancholy spell of this unique director's previous films. Those coming to Tsai's work for the first time should prepare themselves for long takes with little or no dialogue, elliptical plotting instead of conventional narrative, a hilariously deadpan sense of humor and a true poet's appreciation of isolation and heartache. Once again, the young Taiwanese actor Lee Kang-sheng stars as Hsiao Kang, the ever-evolving protagonist of Tsai's four previous features. Here, Hsiao Kang is a watchseller peddling his wares on the streets of Taipei. One afternoon, he...